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Title: QUALITY CIRCLES AMONG PHASE I MEDICAL STUDENTS


1
QUALITY CIRCLES AMONG PHASE I MEDICAL STUDENTS
Title and Staff
  • Trakya University Medical Faculty,
  • Edirne, Turkey

Zekeriya Aktürk, MD Nezih Dagdeviren, MD Erkan
Melih Sahin, MD Cahit Özer, MD
2
What are Quality Circles ?
  • QC Circle is a small group in which people who
    work in the first line work place, continually
    improve and maintain the quality of products,
    services, job...

Introduction
Workers
Students
Work place
Products
Learning
School
3
The Objective of this Study
  • Does student involvement improve learning quality
    ?
  • What are the problems students face ?
  • Include students into research activities
  • Introduce the growing specialty family medicine
    to the doctors of tomorrow

Aim
4
How did the Quallity Circle Work?
  • Lecture about quality circles to phase I medical
    students (135 students)
  • Volunteers 26 students
  • 6 members for each meeting
  • At each meeting one circle leader
  • Facilitator family practice department
  • Meetings once a week
  • Solutions suggested to the dean

Method
5
Some of the Circle Members at Work
Members
6
Another Scene of Circle Members at Work
Members
7
What are the Problems in This Faculty?
  • November 2000 - May 2001 14 meetings
  • Problem pool 50 problems
  • 22 related with education
  • 28 related with accommodation etc.

Results
8
What is the Importance of Each Problem?
  • Likert scale to estimate the importance of
    problems
  • Most important 10 problems

Results
Social activities 77
Hospital services for medical students 77
Computer laboratory and internet access 75
Lecture materials (resources) for each lecture 75
Lecture materials should be given prior to the lectures 75
Problems related with the dining hall 67
Cleanness of the lavatories 66
Content of education 60
Difficulty level of the exams 55
Conference timing 55
9
Which Problems did the Circle Discuss?
Results
  • 7 problems discussed in 14 meetings
  • The cleanness of the lavatories
  • Canteen services
  • Dining hall services
  • Physical status of the lecture rooms
  • Educational system
  • Establishing a breech club
  • Education resources

10
Could the Circle Create any Change ?
  • Quality Evaluation Questionnaire
  • A questionnaire was developed to assess different
    aspects of education
  • 21 item, 5 point likert scale
  • 5 items removed with request of dean
  • The competency of the educators
  • General manner of the faculty personnel to the
    students
  • Availability of the educators
  • Availability of the managers
  • The quality of counseling services for students.

Evaluation
11
Could the Circle Create any Change ?
  • Quality Evaluation Questionnaire
  • December 2000 mean ? SD 2.80 ? 0.52
  • May 2001 mean ? SD 3.20 ? 0.58.
  • Significant difference t3.506, p0.001.

Evaluation
12
What were the Profits of Quality Circles ?
  • Points of Success
  • Problems were solved
  • Students got motivated
  • Research facility for students
  • Student-family practice proximity was achieved
  • Quality as an issue started to be discussed at
    the faculty

Positives
13
What were the Barriers in Front of Quality
Circles ?
  • Faced Barriers
  • Deans attitute
  • Time restriction
  • Insufficient resources
  • No quality culture

Obstacles
14
In Summary
  • Quality Circles work
  • They are effective
  • Some difficulties were faced
  • They were expected anyway
  • Deans attitute is changing
  • This circle ended with a quality team
  • Still more experience is necessary

Conclusion
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